What makes this guitar special:
100% original & a very rare model indeed, made for only a short
period of time in the late '60s/early '70s. This particular example
dates to Fall of 1970 & still plays great! The unique red, white
& blue finish is synonymous with Buck Owens & really makes the
guitar stand out amongst other acoustics. Fairly simple construction
with a sweet, rich tone. Pro set up included by the experts at Cream
City Music so she's ready for action straight out of the case!
Great shape for its age with some typical light play wear - various
nicks, chips, dents & dings; surface scratches & weather
checking. The back of the bridge is lifting up just a bit, but is quite
firmly attached to the top of the guitar. The white portion of the
finish has aged into more of a yellowish cream color, but that only adds
to its true vintage charm & character. Overall the guitar has a
wonderful look to it with a nice patina.
Round,chunky neck with nicely aged cream binding & black
side-dots. Beautiful rosewood fingerboard with pearloid dot inlay.
Frets are in great shape with practically no wear. Sealed tuners with
pearloid buttons in good working condition. 1 3/4" nut width; 25 1/4"
scale length. Neck is straight & plays great up & down the
Double bound body with solid spruce top & laminate back &
sides. Rosewood bridge with adjustable saddle & tortoise
pickguard. Ladder braced & there is no pickup. Guitar weighs 4 lbs
Case: Vintage chipboard case included.
Model:Buck Ownes American
Finish:Red, White & Blue
Categories:OM and Auditorium
Made In:United States